"Crowdsourcing" of Conflict with Bridget Johnson

Season #1 Episode #5

"Crowdsourcing" of Conflict with Bridget Johnson

Crisis. Conflict. Emergency Management Podcast

Global perspectives and conversations about international crisis, preparedness, and how to build more resilient societies in a challenging and ever-changing world. As the world moves to reduce risk to global threats, we need to recognize the vulnerabilities, connectivity, and perspectives that drive instability. Join us for international conversations addressing key challenges and risks that undermine our efforts to build more resilient societies.

This podcast is brought to you by Capacity Building International (CBI) and sponsored by The International Emergency Management Society (TIEMS).

Today we’re discussing Anonymous hacktivists and #OpRussia campaign: An Online Frontier in the Russian war in Ukraine. We are joined by Bridget Johnson – a veteran journalist, newsroom leader and terrorism analyst with a specialty in online open-source extremist propaganda, recruitment, and training. Bridget has diverse experience in radio, TV, and live speaking engagements. She is a host and presenter of Homeland Security Today law enforcement training webinars studying a range of CT topics including conspiracy theory extremism, complex coordinated attacks, critical infrastructure attacks, arson terrorism, drone and venue threats, anti-Semitism and white supremacists, anti-government extremism, and WMD threats.

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